• Spring Training Sessions
    Updated January 12, 2021 Learn how to maximize your use of Teams and Microsoft products during Teams Tips sessions this spring. We’ve accumulated some of the top requested Microsoft Teams tips and tricks to start incorporating into your workflow. From saving time to improving focus, attend these classes to be more productive while using Microsoft […]
  • Student Computer Checkout Availability
    UT Dallas is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning space for its students and personnel. To make the online learning experience as smooth as possible for students and teaching experience for faculty, the Office of Information Technology has a limited number of computers and webcams that can be borrowed at no cost to […]
  • Data Center Move
    Updated January 2, 2021 The data center migration described below is complete. Please contact the Help Desk with any issues. Starting December 15th, the University of Texas at Dallas will begin relocating its enterprise servers from Flexential Data Center to Arlington Regional Data Center (ARDC) which is governed by the UT Shared Data Center (SDC) […]
  • High Performance Computing Systems Moving
    The Cyber-Infrastructure Research Computing team in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) recently completed the move of its High Performance Computing systems, Europa and Ganymede, to the Arlington Regional Data Center (ARDC). The ARDC is one of three UT System data centers governed by the UT Shared Data Center (SDC) group on behalf of the […]
  • Cyberinfrastructure Team Receives $1.4 million NSF Grant to Create New TRECIS Center
    A $1.4 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant will allow the cyberinfrastructure team in the Office of Information Technology to connect researchers with a larger support network for using supercomputers. The University will hire and train postdoctoral researchers as high-performance computer research facilitators to help researchers at UT Dallas, UT Arlington and UT San Antonio. […]
  • Upcoming Changes to WebEx Features
    In an effort to help mitigate budget impacts due to the rapid and unforeseen shift to remote work and preserve University resources, the Office of Information Technology will be reducing the options participants are offered in the current Cisco WebEx environment. Beginning Sunday, Aug. 16, the “Call Me” and Toll-free call-in features will no longer […]
  • Upgrade to UT Dallas Virtual Private Network (VPN)
    The Office of Information Technology has upgraded the University’s supported Virtual Private Network (VPN) to the Palo Alto Global Protect client. This will replace the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client. If you are still utilizing AnyConnect, please begin using Global Protect as soon as possible. Cisco AnyConnect will stop working at UT Dallas on Wednesday, July […]